Fireside Chat with STEM Leaders from the Intelligence Community
Learn how you can impact global security, December 7
Big risks can lead to big rewards. That’s why the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, or IARPA, in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence invests in high-risk, high-payoff research to tackle some of the most difficult challenges in intelligence and security.
Similarly, the Intelligence Community’s (IC) Office of the Chief Data Officer tackles the most pressing problems affecting data security across the IC, working to keep data and the country safe.
Both groups are critical to the IC’s success and our nation’s security.
Learn how you can contribute to global security through innovative and multidisciplinary research at Arizona State University and beyond in a fireside chat with Catherine Marsh, director of IARPA, Nancy Morgan, chief data officer of the U.S. Intelligence Community, and Nadya Bliss, executive director of ASU’s Global Security Initiative. This fireside chat will be hosted by Kyle Squires, dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and ASU Vice Provost of Engineering, Computing and Technology.
Faculty researchers, students and upcoming graduates are invited to ask questions as Marsh, Morgan, Bliss, and Squires discuss IARPA’s current research programs, future research and recruitment opportunities you can get involved in — including a Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence led by ASU, the Global Security Initiative, security-related research projects in the Fulton Schools, and careers at IARPA.